Last night, I listened to Michael Kelly speak at the Collegiate Week service. He said something that I've been thinking about a lot lately.
"There are many situations in life that happen so coincidentally that it almost seems on purpose."
When looking back at the last few years, that's all I see.
Dislike my town during high school so much that I want to get away.
[which leads me to WT, not KSU like I had thought]
Attend Collegiate Week two weeks prior to starting college.
[I like to think of this as one big pivotal moment]
Attend Collegiate Week a second year, recommit my life to Christ.
[join leadership team at BSM]
Decide to spend a summer away.. in Glorieta.
Then there's smaller things like sharing purple paint with Taylor my freshman year - we are now best friends, the roommates I have had and will have, friends I have through camp, the classes I've taken, the job I have...
Things that seemed so simple at the moment, I now see as small pieces of what He is sewing together.
Jesus, I don't know what You're working out right now, but You haven't failed me yet.